Seattle Audubon frequently engages in conservation issues that are essential to conservation of birds and wild places in Seattle and our region. Take action on current conservation issues by reading our action alerts here.
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Former Action Alerts
Publications and Letters
Read more on the issues we've commented on:
Litigation can be an important advocacy tool. Read about Seattle Audubon's involvement, if any, in the challenges below.
Redevelopment at Fort Lawton:
- Native Wildlife Protective Organization v. City of Seattle: Not Involved
- Discovery Park Community Alliance & Elizabeth Campbell v. City of Seattle: Not involved
Marbled Murrelet Long-term Conservation Strategy:
- Marbled Murrelet and Public Lands: Supportive, though not party